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An avant nerd remixing smooth disco in a dancehall stylee.

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Options June 12, 2012: Tom Petty Interruptus

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Track Comments Approx. start time
Tom Petty Interruptus   Tom Petty interruptus. Remixes of electrofunk from Tamil Nadu. Thrash metal rantage. Foxxy Brown the Ill Nana chopped, screwed and smeared.  0:00:00 ()
Llayaraaja   Yeah!!! Supremely amazing electroboogie from the soundtrack to the 1986 film The Victorious.  0:35:32 ()
Cubist rendering of Llayaraja   The song I just played run through an automated summary software by Geoffroy Peters.  0:39:48 ()
1-100 reordered     0:48:17 ()
Henning Christiansen   This wacky Danish fluxus fella just got his LP reissued - it's called Kreuzmusik Fluxid Behandlung Op 189. Just look for the guy with the green ear on the cover...you'll find it.  0:48:29 ()
Trying to trick people driving   Y'all reading this playlist know what's up with WFMU. But my aim here is to prank people in their cars who don't know what WFMU is! They can't figure out whether they're listening to a staticky Doobie Brothers song or whether it's on purpose. HAHAHA. Those squares!  0:56:23 ()
Tricking Clay Pigeon fans   Y'all reading this playlist know what's up. But people just tuning in on their radios are so confused as to why Clay Pigeon is on at this strange hour. Those fools! We got em, you and me!!!  1:02:36 ()
DJ will play just for you   Who says appropriation and cut-ups have to be boring? Here are a few tracks from "History of the Hip Hop DJ Vol. 2" Double Dee and Steinski +++ Uncle Jamm's Army  1:06:36 ()
Pranking people more!!   Y'all know what's up. But people listening in their cars think something horrible is going wrong! They're like "oh no, the CD is skipping, I feel so bad the show is going poorly."  1:14:14 ()
Time Machine Mix   Somehow the transition from Greek folk circa 1930 into slowed down soul circa 1978 seemed like a smooth one...  1:18:59 ()
New stuff from Cuticle   Not Not Fun put out this swell spacey dancey record...well, another one...called Mother Rhythm Earth Memory.  1:29:39 ()
Black Dice still rules pretty much   They were one of my gateway drugs into noisey abstract musik. And they're still great. This is their new CD, Mr. Impossible.  1:36:38 ()
Some Kraftwek/proto-Elliot Smith sounding nonsense that didn't age well   Won't name names...  1:44:33 ()
Trying to psychoanalyze contempo tweencore   I probably sound like a real old dude trying to deconstruct "Blood on the Dancefloor" and "Attack Attack"  1:51:49 ()
Some revisionist jive about "early rappers"   Cool comp called "Early Rappers" on Trikont. Dudes talky speaking over jazz and funk. Nobody saw rap coming at this point, but hindsight is 20-20.  1:59:31 ()
Very mellow jazz from a man in a spaceship   His name is Owen Marshall and he is bringing you "The Naked Truth".  2:03:12 ()
Teachin the kids a lesson   Moss Icon discography just came out...cool. Always liked this band. Emo isn't a dirty word.  2:09:01 ()
David Buddin   New music. Digitally controlled sequencers triggering analog synths - these sounds are analog, mind you! Now here's where I feel comfortable. I gotta stop trying understanding the outside world it's getting scary.  2:14:06 ()
Phillip Petite   Disassociative samples of classical musik. Saw this guy playing some phased out Mahler samples and scratching around vinyl records live once.  2:19:00 ()
Buncha stuff at the same time   Some commodore 64 music. Keith Fullerton Whitman. Aaron Dilloway. More Phillip Petite.  2:23:12 ()
Riaa   Mashups. Still got a soft spot for em.  2:30:11 ()
DJ Female Convict Scorpion   ...keeps on sending the station really rad CDrs of warped appropriatey mashey things. Usually on point.  2:33:57 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 6/12/12 12:04am G:

Sounds like a 77 WABC Rewind mashup
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 12:12am Nat:

Yep! That's a Folke Rabe piece called ARGH! I think it's from 1965. Totally ahead of its time.
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:13am G:

Tom Petty Interruptus Interruptus!
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:14am Alexis Black:

What happened with Professor Dum Dum ???????????????????? What it is ???????? Someone can tell me what is the new schedule ?????
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:14am neil:

hey nat the future is meow!
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 12:15am Nat:

Truly spoken, G.

Alexis, Dum Dum is taking the summer off! I am...a little smoother than him. LOL.
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 12:16am Nat:

Yo Neil!!!
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:17am G:

I'll try to resist the temptation to dash off obscene doggerel about the ugly BJ
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:22am Alexis Black:

Thanks Nat I didn't know it ..
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:24am blee:

Congratulations on moving closer to prime time, Nat! (maybe temporary, but still)
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 12:26am Nat:

Thanx Blee. Gladd to be here.
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:31am Ken From Hyde Park:

Will this song play for the whole three hours of tonight's program? Not complaining...just curious. I don't recall a WFMU show that consisted of just one long song.
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 12:33am Nat:

Naw, I got a bunch of other stuff lined up. Last week I did do 3 hours of remixes though, lol.
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:52am Droll:

I guess I can add Nat to the list of FMU DJs who talk about prog rock like a guilty pleasure...
And I heard this Vikram Vikram tune earlier today (SW?) and though "Bollyprograp"! I checked out more Llayaraaja on YT -- lots of great jams by him.
  Tue. 6/12/12 12:52am blee:

Wow, that was some Grandmaster Flash rapping going down. Bicrum!
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:02am Nat:

Prog ain't no guilty pleasure! Prog pride.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:03am Droll:

You should run a song through the summary software repeatedly. What would you have after 5 generations of summarization?
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:05am Nat:

Ah, now there's an idea. I'd also meant to run cut-ups of different songs through it. Will run that stuff now and play it later on the show! We can break this software, I'm sure!
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:07am Scuttle:

Happy to hear you this early!
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:09am D in Miami:

I don't miss Dum Dum. I've always caught your show half asleep. I like the fact that I can't figure out what the hell is really going on.
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:11am Nat:

Thanks Scuttle and D. I do miss Dum Dum! Nobody else plays the insane operatic metal like Dum do.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:16am Out-of-Towner:

Wow! I've finally found some good shit on the radio!
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:17am neil:

wait how did my computer change into a television that only plays 70's shows!?!?!? wwhhaatt??
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:20am Nat:

What if your computer only had one option. Like you could only click one button with no other options.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:22am D in Miami:

And everything that happened was random?
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:23am Nat:

Ummmm....I think it's just like the computer telling you what you have to do rather than you telling the computer what to do.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:23am neil:

mono code. its the only way. from structure corp.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:24am D in Miami:

I could use that sometimes.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:28am G:

I love when I buy a used CD that does this :-)
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:29am Queen Johannah:

Where is Professor Dum Dum?
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:30am G:

Off for the summer, Johannah
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:33am neil:

how come everyone is naked now? no one wants to see the waltons naked. ugh
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 1:34am Nat:

It's tough to tuck your shirt in when you're not wearing pants.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:36am King Dean:

everyone is more interesting naked.
  Tue. 6/12/12 1:42am neil:

audio porn (simulated) stripped down. when does it become illegal? like if u can smell it? or if it bothers others? confuse the sences. hairless apes? or furry potato?
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:02am neil:

i bet they smelled pretty bad on gilligans island. i think black dice just played a fest in flordia w/ psychic tv & others. everything old is new again. rut rut rut rut rut
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:09am personage says:

Contempo Tweencore is my stage name.
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:10am mbro2k:

don't forget brokencyde
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:10am personage says:

It's all too much
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:11am boring dan:

lol wtf is this breakdown its like rammstein fell into a vat of mtn dew
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:14am fred:

Good morning everybody
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:16am neil:

nurse with wound huffin rag blues. hey fred. so the sun is rising tomorow eh?
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 2:18am Nat:

Ey fred!
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:23am Scuttle:

Im a little confused- why is this considered emo?
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:25am boring dan:

stop playing metallica please
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:25am :

where did you find so shitty music?
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 2:26am Nat:

The internet!!!!! There's so much of it there.
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:27am personage says:

Check out "industrial dance" stuff. You've never seen anything more ridiculous. Maybe some of you have.
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 2:28am Nat:

What's an example? Is this new stuff? Is it odder than Wumpscut and Skinny Puppy?
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:31am personage says:

No, it's like more techno-ish, later Wumpscut maybe? It's the dancing, though. The dancing and the get-ups. It's all like codified and gender specific. and kinda gay.
Avatar Tue. 6/12/12 2:40am Nat:

Industrial kidz got their own thing goin on.
  Tue. 6/12/12 2:41am blee:

wow, the Attack Attack! videos on youtube are really entertaining. YT commenters called the crab dance thing as frog-core. I bet the whole band has really strong Kegel muscles.
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